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May 14 2014 | 9:50am ET
The banker who led Twitter Inc.’s initial public offering is set to join hedge fund Coatue Management.
Anthony Noto was Goldman Sachs’ co-head of technology, media and telecommunications banking. He’ll serve as a senior managing director at Coatue, focusing on start-ups.
Noto spent 13 years at the bank, with an interruption between 2008 and 2010, when he served as chief financial officer of the National Football League.
“The TMT franchise has never been stronger and I look forward to seeing the continued success of such a fantastic team and to working with the firm as a client,” Noto said.
“Anthony is a key addition to our private investing effort, helping us build on the momentum we have established through leading investments in Box.net, Snapchat, HotelTonight, Flipboard, Lyft and other transformative companies,” Coatue’s Philippe Laffont said.
Noto’s move was first reported by ReCode.